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Month: September 2020

A Word Embedding Model of One’s Own: Modern Fiction from Materialism to Spiritualism

A Word Embedding Model of One’s Own: Modern Fiction from Materialism to Spiritualism

By James Clawson This post is part of a series we will be publishing with projects from the July 2019 Institutes Series: Word Vectors for the Thoughtful Humanist. For more information on the seminar, see here.  Woolf’s essays heading into the third decade of the 20th century — especially “Modern Fiction,” “Mr. Bennet and Mrs. Brown,” and “The Russian Point of View” — show her interest in the changing shape of literature of the time, especially as it related to…

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